More marijuana fields discovered and destroyed

During a visit to the RAF Mounts Bay on Wednesday, July 25 the ship’s captain Peter Selby told the local press that the ship’s helicopter conducted its usual search reconnaissance flight around the volcano and over the mountains and hills of Montserrat that it uncovered new marijuana fields.

Deputy Commissioner of Police Charles

The next day Deputy Commissioner of Police Charles, Acting Commissioner informed that “with the assistance of members from the RAF Mounts Bay the police were able to uproot a field of one thousand one hundred (1,100) marijuana plants yesterday. They also were able to utilise our drone technology…”

 

Portrait of Captain Peter Selby RFA
Portrait of Captain Selby RFA, Taken aboard the bridge on RFA Mounts Bay

Thompson boasted, “of course its showing we’re utilising equipment that we would have gotten, and we want to say thanks to the Governor’s office, Captain and members of RAF Mounts Bay.”

 

The DCoP also offered “special thanks to the Minister of Communications and Works and his team who were able to assist us in acquiring the drone,” saying also, “I personally want to say thank you to my staff, the police officers who would have gone out and run the operation.

Over the past several years these fields have been sought out by helicopter from visiting UK RFA navy ships. Just less than a year ago RFA Mounts Bay visited between August 7-10 and carried out a similar find which found its way in the UK newspapers.

One Response to “More marijuana fields discovered and destroyed”

  1. VeeCee says:

    “…Thompson boasted…” I hardly think Thompson’s statement can accurately be called “boasting”

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During a visit to the RAF Mounts Bay on Wednesday, July 25 the ship’s captain Peter Selby told the local press that the ship’s helicopter conducted its usual search reconnaissance flight around the volcano and over the mountains and hills of Montserrat that it uncovered new marijuana fields.

Deputy Commissioner of Police Charles

The next day Deputy Commissioner of Police Charles, Acting Commissioner informed that “with the assistance of members from the RAF Mounts Bay the police were able to uproot a field of one thousand one hundred (1,100) marijuana plants yesterday. They also were able to utilise our drone technology…”

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Portrait of Captain Peter Selby RFA
Portrait of Captain Selby RFA, Taken aboard the bridge on RFA Mounts Bay

Thompson boasted, “of course its showing we’re utilising equipment that we would have gotten, and we want to say thanks to the Governor’s office, Captain and members of RAF Mounts Bay.”

 

The DCoP also offered “special thanks to the Minister of Communications and Works and his team who were able to assist us in acquiring the drone,” saying also, “I personally want to say thank you to my staff, the police officers who would have gone out and run the operation.

Over the past several years these fields have been sought out by helicopter from visiting UK RFA navy ships. Just less than a year ago RFA Mounts Bay visited between August 7-10 and carried out a similar find which found its way in the UK newspapers.